Sindarin

golwen

adj. wise, learned in deep arts

noen

adj. wise, sensible

sael

adj. wise

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idhren

wise

idhren (pondering, thoughtful), pl. idhrin. 4) goll (lenited ngoll, pl. gyll). 5) golwen (learned in deep arts), lenited ngolwen, pl. gelwin (archaic *gölwin)

sael

wise

1) sael (lenited hael; no distinct pl. form), 2) noen (sensible). Pl. form (if any) uncertain. The archaic form of the word is given as nohen (VT46:7), which would have the pl. form nöhin. If the regular change of ö to e occured before the loss of h, the pl. form of noen could be nain for older nein. 3)

Noldorin

ndakro

n. slaughter, battle

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nuhina

adj. wise, sensible

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rangos

n. slaughter

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Quenya

isqua

wise

isqua ("q") adj. "wise" (LT2:339).

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iswa

wise

iswa adj. "wise" (LT2:339); rather saila in Tolkiens later Quenya.

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nóla

wise, learned

nóla ("ñ") (1) adj. "wise, learned" (ÑGOL) (note that this and the next nóla would be spelt differently in Tengwar writing, and originally they were also pronounced differently, since nóla "wise, learned" was ñóla in First Age Quenya).

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saila

adj. wise

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saila

wise

#saila adj. "wise" (isolated from alasaila [q.v.] "unwise" in a late source)

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saira

wise

saira adj. "wise" (SAY, VT46:12; a later source has the alternative formation #saila as above)

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tára

wise

tára (2) ?"wise". (From tentative notes trying to explain Daur [unlenited *Taur] as Sindarin name of Frodo; the more normal word for "wise" seems to be saila/saira.)

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tára

adj. wise

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Westron

maur

adj. wise, experienced

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zîr(a)

adj. wise

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Primitive elvish

dāra

adj. wise

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Qenya

iswa/isqa

adj. wise

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makka

n. slaughter

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tengenwa

adj. wise, knowing, understanding; sensible

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Doriathrin

(n)gôl

adj. wise, magical

A Doriathrin adjective for “wise, magical” derived from the root ᴹ√ÑGOL (Ety/ÑGOL, THIN). In an earlier version of this entry, the forms were ngûl and gûl, but these were rejected (EtyAC/ÑGOL). It may be that Tolkien was considering making this another case where [[long [ō] became [ū]]] in Ilkorin, but he rejected the idea. In the entry for ÑGOL in the Etymologies, it appeared as both ngôl and gôl; the first of seems to be a variant of the usual rule that [[initial [ŋg] became [g]]] in Ilkorin.

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Gnomish

(n)gôl

n. slaughter

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magru

n. slaughter, battle

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tungol

adj. wise, knowing

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